Transatlantic Innovation: ABL’s Evolving Legacy

From the days of The House of Morgan’s global dominance in the early 1900s to current times, transatlantic transactions featuring new products such as ABLs are becoming more mainstream. European asset-based financing is gathering momentum as CFOs discover the multitude of benefits.

Rising Tide of Liquidity Lifting All Boats… As Regulatory Environment Evolves, ABL Growth in Europe Will Accelerate

Trimingham’s Hugh Larrett-Smith traces our asset-based lending roots back to the late 1800s and early 1900s when Paul Warburg was a transatlantic ABL “colossus.” Since then he sees an increasing willingness amongst UK and some European participants to work together towards the dream of achieving a true Pan-European syndicated loan market.